School For Orphans & Deaf Ministry Hails “We Dream In Color Foundation”

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The Proprietress of the School for the Orphans and Deaf Ministry, Chocolate City, Monrovia, Comfort Wade Doe, has extolled the “We Dream In Color Foundation Inc.-USA” for identifying with the less fortunate children at the institution in the wake of the deadly Covid-19 scourge in the nation.

   “We Dream In Color Foundation, Inc.-USA” is a not-for-profit organization registered and incorporated as a legal entity under the Federal laws of the United States of America (USA), aimed at bridging the gap to enhance humanity and empowering others to dream big and dream in color in the world, especially in Liberia, with Chief Dr. Quinton Tamba Taylor de’Alexander as its Founder/CEO.

   In commending “We Dream In Color Foundation, Inc. USA” for its kind gesture to the children at the School for the Orphans and Deaf Ministry, Proprietress Doe said while the school was in dire need of assistance and materials to combat Covid-19, Chief Dr. Quinton Tamba Taylor de’Alexander, on behalf of his organization, made a quick intervention by donating a huge quantity of nose masks and cash for use by the students.

   To date, she said the assistance rendered the School for the Orphans and Deaf Ministry came in time and helped the students and teaching staff in preventing the Covid-19 from hitting institution.

   Doe, in an interview with the Hot Pepper over the weekend, explained that the students and teaching staff of her school are “so appreciative of the help given by Chief Dr. de’Alexander through his organization”, praying that God continues to bless the good work of the hands of the American renowned clothing designer and philanthropist”.

   She called on other well-meaning organizations, donors and people of goodwill to emulate the good example of “We Dream In Color Foundation, Inc. USA” by identifying with her intuition’s fencing project, to prevent the orphans and deaf pupils from being hit by moving cars since, in fact, the school is much closer to the road in Chocolate City.

   Doe also decried the inadequate feeding of the orphans and deaf students lest to mention the provision of stipends for the teaching staff as major impediment hindering the smooth running of the school for the orphans and deaf ministry.

   She disclosed that, in time past, the government, through its relevant entity, stopped subsidizing the learning institution; as such, they are only dependent on donations and assistances from the public, donors and humanitarians.
   Doe sent out an appeal to the public, foreign embassies near Monrovia and UNESCO, among others, to come to the aid of the school by helping to underwrite the stipends for sound language instructors providing education for the over 60 students at the School for the Orphans and Deaf Ministry.

   She was quick to also say hats off to Christian Aid for its continued assistance to her institution for the running and upkeep of the orphans and deaf students. She also commended Vice president Jewel Howard Taylor, First Lady, Clara M. Weah, and a Nigerian organization, for the support to the orphanage home. 

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